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My Peace I Leave You

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I am leaving you with a gift—peace of mind and heart.” And the peace I give is a gift the world cannot give.” (Jn. 14)

Right now, the world is like a rubber band, stretched and ready to snap.

Your prayers for peace, for one another are most important and critical at this time on your planet. Don’t look for problems. Gather with others of like mind who share the same ideals and/or beliefs. Find solutions.

It is better to take a peaceful attitude rather than one of agitation towards those you do not know. Most of us are affected by what comes through the television, internet, or other resources. It is best for each person to discern that which he/she believes to be the truth that resonates from within.

During this time of seeking, you will discover the peace that is yours for the taking. Each day, be grateful for the small things in life.

Stay in peace, and stay in Christ’s presence. The Light is on the horizon.

“It is in the silence of prayer that we seek Christ and in our connection with Christ, we find the Shekinah Spirit and we have peace.” (Awakening the Inner Ticker of Life by Patricia A. Zorn, Pg. 23)

Take a moment to breathe in and breathe out, Christ’s perfect peace which surpasses everything! Click the Peace Meditation that accompanies this heavenly message for further inspiration.

Seeking Thy Peace

The wisdom of God is readily seen by those who love her.
Those who seek will find God. (Book of Wisdom 6:12-16)

“Risen Jesus. Mystery of a presence, you never wanted us to be tormented; you clothe us in your peace.
A gospel joy comes to touch the depths of the soul.”

(Brother Roger, Taize Meditation)

Week 5 Peace

Carry gentle peace. Be just and fear not.” (Shakespeare)

Jesus said discord and antagonism must cease in order for God’s peace to flow. He did not step into the ring to stop and argue. His message was simple, “Agree with thine adversary quickly” lest you get swallowed up in a world of resentment. It is dangerous for one to allow negative thoughts to linger.

Choose to be part of the solution instead of part of the problem.

Tool 5: This week remember, “My peace I give you. My peace I leave you.” Find your peace!

Better a dry crust eaten in peace than a house filled with conflict.” (Pro. 17:1)

Season of Light – Advent – Week 3 – Peace

I have come to you this day to offer you peace. “My peace I give you. My peace I leave you.”

Right now, the world is like a rubber band, stretched and ready to snap.

Each day, be grateful for the small things in life.

Take a moment to breathe in and breathe out.

“I may ask you to sit silent before me and I may speak no word that you could write. All the same waiting with me will bring comfort and peace.”

During this break, you will discover the peace that is yours for the taking.

Continue on this Advent journey. You are halfway there.

The Light is on the horizon, just past dawn with the promise of a new tomorrow.

Breathe in and breathe out his perfect peace which surpasses everything!

I Sit At The Right Hand!

Whatever you ask for in my name, whatever you pray for in my name, your request is at my command; I sit at the right hand.
When you are troubled in thought, word, dream, sleep or action; seek my face, seek my peace. I am there for you.
Take a moment to get centered and quiet.
See the greatness of all life and the living breath, for it is holy indeed.
As you feel the precious presence of I AM; I sit at the right hand!